Tomer Devorah pointed me to this story and video.
Four New Noahides Welcomed into the Fold in Jerusalem
17 Tishrei 5770/October 5, 2009 10:31 PM
(IsraelNN.com) The nascent Sanhedrin’s court for Noahides - Torah-believing non-Jews - held a ceremony this week in which four Gentiles declared their acceptance of the Seven Laws of Noah....
I have a number of questions I would like to have answered.
First of all, here is one for Israel National News: Into what "fold" are you referring?
And now, for the "Sanhedrin" and recent "inductees:"
Did anyone explicitly tell them that Christianity is a forbidden belief and practice? (Mishnah Torah, Hil. Avodah Zarah 9:4)
*Video time markers are in (blue italics).
What does this guy mean when he says he's a "believer?" A believer in what? (0:47, See Tomer Devorah's take on this.)
He also said he was declared a "righteous gentile." Who said they were righteous? Simply because they are doing what they are supposed to be doing, and most gentiles are not? (1:08)
He also said that all Christians should do this. (1:12) Do what? Get declared as a Ben No'ah? As a Christian? The two things are NOT compatible.
They were not declared Ger Toshav.
Did anyone tell them they are not allowed to live here?
Who says the laws aren't good anymore? (2:01)
Ben No'ah is a denomination now? Denomination of what? (2:18, 3:31)
The Torah is for everyone? (3:26) Certainly NOT the Oral Torah.
Perhaps you think I am being mean? Well, any true Ben No'ah will not mind the scrutiny, and even welcome it.